Việt Nam Red Cross (VNRC) and Việt Nam Women’s Union will work together in social and humanitarian activities from 2018 to 2022 under the framework of a joint agreement.
Việt Nam Television has launched a short filmmaking contest,“My Dream”, for Vietnamese youth aged 15-30.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade on Sunday morning launched the Earth Hour 2017 campaign in Hà Nội, delivering the message, “Lights off to turn on the future”.
Comic actor Trường Giang brought home four awards at the 22nd annual Mai Vàng (Golden Ochna) Awards ceremony at the HCM City Television Theatre.
Though veteran artists are still shining, 2016 was the year that saw several young talents in movie and theatre emerge from working hard to make their mark on the domestic entertainment industry. These performers have made fans and critics stand up and take notice.
The second season of "Forever Young", a soap opera about friendship and love between young people from Việt Nam and South Korea, returns to Vietnamese television screens on November 3.
Vietnamese Nhã Phương won the Asian Star award at the Seoul International Drama Awards last night.
Việt Nam Television Centre (VFC)’s Zippo, Mù Tạt Và Em (Zippo, Mustard and You) won three prizes at the 2016 Việt Nam Television (VTV) Awards.